A mapping exercise was carried out with the aim of providing an overview of existing resources for national and local actors, and to help clarify the role CBPFs can play in supporting national and local actors to better access CBPFs’ funding.
Commissioned by NRC with the support of ECHO, this review takes an in-depth look at the extent to which humanitarian organisations that receive ECHO funding have incorporated the humanitarian principles in their strategy, decision-making, and practice in Iraq.
The Real-Time Evaluation (RTE) looks at whether the international response is proving to be effective, efficient, relevant, and timely, and how the planning and delivery of the response reflect the commitments listed in the Grand Bargain.
As part of the Emergency Gap series, this paper analyses the role of national and local actors in humanitarian response with a view to highlighting the challenges that have been ignored in the current thinking on the localisation agenda.
Local Leadership and Response Capacity in the Syria Conflict: The Syrian Arab Red Crescent and International Partners
The study’s objective is to clarify the challenges and opportunities of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC)’s national humanitarian coordination and local humanitarian assistance roles in Syria.
Development of Generic Funding Guidelines
This document is intended to inform the elaboration of the guidelines for the response to forthcoming natural disaster and conflict/crisis situations.
This report provides the perspective and experience of the Movement on areas of particular concern for the debates held during the WHS.
The purpose of this paper is to present new and updated and consolidated evidence of the degree to which previously-identified regulatory problems in operations remain common in more recent operations.